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Jan 29, 2010 7:00pm EST
you, god bless maine and god bless the united states of america. [applause] sis. >> sands to conclude this look at the state of the state addresses this afternoon with new hampshire governor john lyncher talked about his state's economy taxes and health insurance. this is 45 minutes. >> madam speaker, madam president, mr. chief justice, honorable members of the governor's council, the judiciary, house and senate, and my fellow citizens of new hampshire. let me take a moment to first introduced m exceptional first lady, dr. susan lynch. [applause] [applause] i want to thank susan for her support, and for all the great work she does for the people of new hampshire. i also want to recognize a friend to all of us, someone who has spent a lot of time here in the state house and someone who has devoted his life to making a difference in the lives of others here in new hampshire. former governor walter peterson and his wife dorothy are with us today in the balcony. let's thank them for all they have done. [applause] [applause] we all mourn the lives lost in the haitian eric flake ander said
Jan 15, 2010 7:00pm EST
to say that when i step back a bit, cav met government and people that talk about rumsfeld and america being difficult for the president sometimes to deal with, the cabinet in the end their appointed from within a fairly narrow pool, certainly a small number and sometimes you have to make political-- cab nets sometimes reporting together different political factors. >> i did not work in the political-- >> know but you know how sometimes how difficult a was to reshuffle and put together a cabinet. the point i am making is to have a collection of individuals of variable competence, of the variable trustworthiness and the prime minister eyes, and sometimes he would want to have discussions with smaller group of people. >> are you implying in your deeply diplomatic way that the secretary of state for international development was not regarded as trustworthy, or as competent? >> when clear short was at your department or in support of of a government policy or position, then i think she was both trustworthy and competent and i think there are people you can talk to say that she was terrific
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